Welcome to the Department of Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry and the University of Saskatchewan offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate student programs, coupled with research opportunities spanning all the major sub-disciplines of chemistry as well as a number of emerging interdisciplinary areas. We invite you to browse our website and welcome inquires for further information.
Faculty members in the Department are now accepting applications from undergraduate students for 2014 summer research. If you are interested in getting involved in one of the many research opportunities you should read the faculty research descriptions, talk to faculty and keep an eye out on the Department website for important information regarding research awards and scholarships.
Term 2 Chemistry 112/115/250 Registration Problems?
If classes are already full in Term 2, namely Chem 112, Chem 115 and Chem 250, please keep trying to register up until the beginning of Term 2. A number of students withdraw before the beginning of classes. Please note that we will not sign any override forms to get into labs.
If you think that you qualify for a lab exemption:
If you have taken Chem 112/115/250 in the past and you think you may qualify to be exempted from the laboratory component of the course, please email the appropriate manager Dr. Bartole-Scott (Chem 112/115) or Dr. Sales (Chem 250).
In your email please supply the following information: your name, student number, year and term that you took the lab in the past.
Chemistry's Glassblower featured in the StarPhoenix
posted December 9, 2013
The Department of Chemistry's glassblower, Rick Elvin, was featured in the November 30, 2013, edition of the StarPhoenix! Check out the full...
Chemistry Celebrates 100 Years and a Nobel Prize
posted September 5, 2013
By Kirk Sibbald From milk and concrete to state-of-the-art lasers and solar power, the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Chemistry faculty and alumni have spearheaded scientific...
Ph.D. Qualifying Exam - Mahesh Gangishetty
(December 16, 2013)
Chemistry Seminar -- Dr. Ratmir Derda (University of Alberta)
(January 10, 2014)
Chemistry Seminar -- Dr. Marco Ciufolini
(January 17, 2014)